IP Valuation and Transfer Pricing team at Copenhagen Economics

 

Type: Part-time

Location: Stockholm

Start: May 2024

We are looking for a talented and ambitious economics and/or finance student with an interest in consulting to join our IP Valuation and Transfer Pricing team in our Stockholm office as a Research Assistant. We would prefer you to start May 2024 at the latest.

Who are we?

Copenhagen Economics is a leading economic consultancy where a diverse mix of highly skilled economists work together to deliver hard facts and clear stories. Our work is project-based and tailored to the specific needs of the client. Like our clients, our work takes many shapes and forms. In our IP Valuation and Transfer Pricing service, we support our clients by developing economic models to determine the value of intellectual property (e.g., brands and patents) and other assets, and we design and defend transfer pricing systems for multinational groups.

You can see examples of our publications here and read more about our different services here. While our team is fully based in Stockholm, it is highly international, with members from around the world, including the Nordics, other European countries, Asia and Australia. Similarly, our clients are located around the world, from the USA to Africa and Europe. We work closely as a team and believe that social activities are an important part of getting to know each other, allowing us to work together better on projects.

 

Who are you?

  • You are intellectually curious, driven, and a humble team player. Additionally:
  • You excel academically and are either a late-stage bachelor’s or early-stage master’s student in economics and/or finance.
  • You have excellent English skills.
  • You enjoy working on both quantitative and qualitative tasks.
  • You are interested in learning about valuation and transfer pricing and what it is to work in economic consulting.
  • You are curious to learn about a variety of industries, are open to working on diverse types of projects and enjoy being part of a team, but you can also work independently when needed.
  • You seek out and take ownership of tasks and make sure they are followed through.

 

What do we offer?

At Copenhagen Economics, you will have the opportunity to make a direct impact, working for international enterprises across the world. Teamwork is a fundamental part of how we work, and you will work closely with and learn from experienced consultants to develop your economic toolbox and consulting skills. You will work on key projects, where your tasks will include reviewing and researching data, supporting the conduct of theoretical and quantitative analyses, drafting reports and creating presentations. You should also expect some ad hoc tasks.

Our work environment is international, trustful, and fast-paced. We take immense pride in delivering outstanding work and in having fun in and outside of the office. You can visit us on Instagram to get a feel for our work culture: https://www.instagram.com/copenhageneconomics/

A normal work week constitutes 20 hours at our Stockholm office but with two-way flexibility, particularly around exam periods. 

 

How to apply

Please submit your application, including a CV, a short cover letter and academic transcripts from high school onwards no later than 10.3.2024. In your motivational letter, please elaborate on why you would like to work with us and why you believe you would be a good fit for the role and our team (max. 500 words). As a company, we are committed to responding to all applicants, no matter the result, and successful candidates will be informed and called for an interview on an ongoing basis.

If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact Economist Nora Aobadia Sandström (nas@copenhageneconomics.com).

 

We look forward to hearing from you!